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Reports on the first, large Celtic studies database, available over the Internet, which is being produced at the Salisbury Library, in the University of Wales, Cardiff. The history of the Salisbury Library shows it to be a first rate university research collection, and a conspectus assessment of...
Deplores the apparent ignorance of English and other literatures displayed by many library staff. Early public librarians showed a great awareness of classical books and authors, but a century ago technical problems supplanted literary articles in the library press. In 1927 R.D. McLeod founded...
Discusses the difficulties in trying to assess performance levels of public libraries and argues that indicators can only provide a useful tool for public librarians if the limitations of comparative analysis are recognized. Performance measurement has in the past suffered from a crude political...
Summarizes the results of research by the Library Association into library services for children in the United Kingdom. Presents summary statistical findings on resourcing and operational aspects of school and public libraries, and outlines policy recommendations made by the Library Association...
Describes the educational background of Moi University and discusses the goals of a bibliographic instruction programme for new undergraduates offered in the library. Outlines changes designed to make the programme more immediately relevant to students in relation to the aims and objectives of...
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